Salisbury police officer fired for reprimanding officer

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SALISBURY — The Salisbury Police Department fired a longtime officer today after an apparent training incident, the Salisbury Post reports.

According to the report, Police Chief Rory Collins fired former Sgt. Rodney Mahaley, a Special Response Team member and drug investigator. Collins said Mahaley was shot with a “simulation round” fired by a subordinate and responded “in a manner that was unbecoming of an officer,” a termination letter read.

Mahaley has been with the department for more than 15 years.

Read more at the Salisbury Post


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